On Aug. 13, Franklin Park in Purcellville hosted a celebration of 50 Years for the Parks, Recreation and Community Service Department. Overcoming near-record heat, hundreds of people came to celebrate a truly patriotic event.
In addition to live music, there were inflatables, bounce houses, food stands and dozens of other activity booths and tents.
Over the past five decades, Loudoun PRCS has opened dozens of parks and hundreds of different programs across the county.
Daniel Yang and his son Malachi blow bubbles at Franklin Park as part of the festivities.
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